Wardell Armstrong Archived News
  • A waste seminar that could keep you out of jail Tough new waste legislation could see a dramatic increase in sentences for many environmental and waste offences – with fines of up to £2 million for larger companies and up to three years in prison for individuals. Two leading organisations with expertise in waste resource management - engineering and environmental consultancy Wardell Armstrong LLP and law firm Walker Morris LLP - have joined forces to host a free seminar on Thursday 19 September at Wardell Armstrong’s head office in Stoke on Trent. Aimed at businesses and local authorities, it’s designed to help them understand and comply with the changing law. READ MORE
  • Liv Carroll Is one of the top 100 global inspirational women in mining READ MORE
  • Crichie - Planning a great place to live An ambitious master plan for a major new mixed development at Crichie in Aberdeenshire has been approved by Aberdeenshire Council. Environmental and engineering consultancy Wardell Armstrong project managed the submission, and working alongside other consultants, drew up the plan which covers an area of 37 acres including 737 houses, 15.5 hectares of employment land and a new primary school set in a village square. The council report applauded the hard work done to provide the basis for long term development. READ MORE
  • New “cost-effective” ecological service for the North West. A specialist new ecology team has been established at Leigh, Greater Manchester, by environmental and engineering consultancy Wardell Armstrong. READ MORE
  • Where next for wind? Neil Sutherland looks at the future of onshore wind development in the UK  READ MORE
  • Solar wind – the next renewable breakthrough? A pioneering new service for renewable energy developers and wind farm owners is being launched by environmental and engineering consultancy Wardell Armstrong. “Solar wind” is designed to optimise the full capacity of expensive grid connections by incorporating ground-mounted solar panels on the same site as wind turbines. READ MORE